Ales Kot Announces Change, Ed Brisson Announces Comeback

It’s Los Angeles Vs Atlantis folks! Quite literally!

Wild Children‘s Ales Kot announced a new series from Image at their panel at the San Diego Comic Con, called Change, to be drawn by Morgan Jeske for later this year, with a bunch of unlikeable people living in LA who have to deal with the fact that Atlantis is returning and it seems to be beneath them. Figuratively and literally.

And in some pages, we get 22-25 panels. Get out your reading glasses.

While Ed Brisson announced Comeback, a new series from Image with Michael Walsh and Jordie Bellare, a time travel story about a firm which saves the lives of people who died in the recent past, while faking their deaths to preserve the timeline.

Looks like someone watched the last season of Doctor Who

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